Friday, 12 February 2010

Cheapest Milwaukee 650922 Sawzall 11 Amp Reciprocating Saw

Milwaukee 650922 Sawzall 11 Amp Reciprocating Saw

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Product Description
Milwaukee's 10 Amp Sawzall Reciprocating Saw is the most durable reciprocating saw on the market, and at only 7 pounds, it offers the best power to weight ratio in its class. The saw offers a 0-2800 strokes per minute variable speed trigger with 3/4 in. stroke length. The rubber boot provides superior gripping, and the adjustable shoe provides longer blade life and more cut control. The blades can even be clamped upside down for special cutting needs. Cordless: No, Volts: 120, Amps: 10, Variable Speed: Yes, Stroke Length (in.): 3/4, Strokes Per Minute (SPM): 0 - 2,800, Tool Length (in.): 17 1/3, Tool Weight (lbs.): 7, Case Included: Yes

  • 11 amp reciprocating; variable speed (0-2,800 stroke per minute); quick-lock blade clamp
  • 3/4-inch stroke length; double bearing wobble plate reduces vibrations; center pivot adjustable shoe
  • Rubber boot for enhanced grip
  • Includes saw, 1 blade and case

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Great Tool
I knew nothing about what my husband wanted in the way of a sawzall but what amp he wanted & that it was not to be battery operated. I found all the information I needed in the description of the tool & the picture you showed was exactly what i received in the mail! My husband was very happy with his birthday present, it has done everything he wanted. Thank you!

Great saw for the price
I had borrowed a friends recip saw once and was sold with the versatility of the tool so when I saw the good price on this saw and the positive reviews I pulled the trigger. I used it for the first time this weekend cutting down a wood privacy wall and cutting through some electrical conduit. It worked very well with both jobs and seemed to have enough power. My only complaint is that it only comes with one 6" wood blade. I had a buy a few more for what I needed.

Makes hard work easy
I bought this saw because of the price and a job that I had put off because I figured it would take me at least an hour and would make a lot of noise. It had to do with cutting through 2 inch square steel tubing. Much to my surprise it took me about 15 minutes, mostly because it involved my familiarizing myself with the saw. I recommend it.

Missing a rafter hook
This sawszall rocks for ALL the reasons everyone has listed. It just does. Five full years on the warranty? Insane. What it is missing however is a rafter hook or "skyhook" so you dont have to risk dropping it. Other recip saw makers have implemented them, why not Milwaukee? I've been trying to figure out how to adapt one to it but cant figure out how to do it without cutting into any of the cast parts. Gonna try and rig something up during some down time. Has anyone done this succesfully?

Solid Tool
Received this as a gift last year and never really used it. This summer I re-laid the large deck on our house and this was the ideal tool for slicing old 14' deck planks down to managable size prior to lifting. Nails are no issue - The unit is very powerful but the power comes in slowly as the trigger is pulled so it never gets out of hand. The saw never missed a beat during the 2 month project and I use it often now for other demolition jobs and cutting metals.

Great tool.

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